Wednesday, 30 November, 2022
HomeFeaturesFrom 'Same Beef' to 'So High', top songs to remember Punjabi rapper...

From ‘Same Beef’ to ‘So High’, top songs to remember Punjabi rapper Sidhu Moose Wala

Text Size:

New Delhi [India], May 29 (ANI): Punjabi rapper-singer turned politician Sidhu Moose Wala who was shot dead on Sunday in Punjab’s Mansa was an extremely popular name and had several million followers on social media.

Moose Wala, who was born as Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu on June 17, 1993, had joined Congress last year in December and contested the Punjab Assembly elections from Mansa. The musician, widely popular among youth for his gangster style raps, also had an electrical engineering degree.

He learnt music during his college days and after completing his education, Moose Wala moved to Canada. His journey as a singer kick-started after he penned ‘Licence’ a track that was sung by Ninja. After once again collaborating with Ninja in 2018, Moose Wala reached new heights of popularity with his songs like ‘So High’, ‘Issa Jatt’, ‘Tochan’ and ‘Dollar’. Here’s a look at some of his most popular songs.

‘So High’

Released in August 2017 ‘So High’ is one of the most loved songs of Moose Wala fans. The duration of the track is almost 4 minutes long and upon release had garnered mass popularity.

‘Same Beef’

The song was part of a Punjabi album released on September 18, 2019, of the same name. The album was composed by Byg Byrd. ‘Same Beef’ was sung by Bohemia and Sidhu Moose Wala and currently has more than 394 million views on YouTube.

‘Just listen’

Penned by the musician himself, ‘Justy Listen’ came out in January 2018 and has more than 144 million YouTube views.


Released in 2018, the song is from the album ‘PBX 1’ and has been produced by Byg Brd. The lyrics of the song are quite catchy and winsome.


Released under the T-series label and produced by Harj Nagra, the song’s lyrics sound thrilling to the ears. It currently has 91 million views on YouTube. (ANI)

This report is auto-generated from ANI news service. ThePrint holds no responsibility for its content.

Subscribe to our channels on YouTube & Telegram

Support Our Journalism

India needs fair, non-hyphenated and questioning journalism, packed with on-ground reporting. ThePrint – with exceptional reporters, columnists and editors – is doing just that.

Sustaining this needs support from wonderful readers like you.

Whether you live in India or overseas, you can take a paid subscription by clicking here.

Support Our Journalism

Most Popular